Sachsenhausen

The Sachsenhausen camp north of Berlin, occupied by the Soviets at war’s end, played a major role in Soviet post-war propaganda about Nazi atrocities in concentration camps. This propaganda included claims of homicidal gas chambers and other mass murder devices.



The “Extraordinary State Commission” (ESC, from Russian ЧГК, an acronym for Чрезычайная Государственная Комисссия) was created in November 1942 in order to detect and investigate “crimes perpetrated by the German Fascist Invaders” and the damage caused by them. After the Red Army had reconquered Soviet territories previously occupied by the …

Every year on 22 April the liberation of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp is duly commemorated. On this occasion, the press sometimes still mentions the figure of 100,000 victims who allegedly perished or were murdered at this camp. Although Sachsenhausen does not belong to the six “classic” extermination camps (Chelmno, Majdanek, Auschwitz, …

Investigators digging at the site of a Soviet-run prison camp in the former East Germany have uncovered mass graves containing the bodies of 12,500 people, the Brandenburg state government said today. The camp was at Sachsenhausen, north of Berlin, and was open from 1945 to 1950. Victims were said to …

Di Jack Wikoff (1997) (1) Prigionieri del campo di concentramento di Sachsenhausen, nel1938.Oggi si conosce il nome di solo 700 omosessuali rinchiusi a Sachsenhausen dal 1936 ( Repubblica - 7 giugno 2000)Fonte.WaA Il 2 Dicembre del 1979 a Broadway, al New Apollo Theater, venne inaugurato il dramma Bent. Il ruolo …

.   UNIONE SOVIETICA: “ FOSSE COMUNI CONTENENTI 12.500 CORPI “       Il governo del land del Brandeburgo ha affermato nel 2003 che gli inquirenti che hanno fatto scavare in un campo di prigionia gestito dai sovietici nella ex Germania dell’Est, hanno trovato fosse comuni contenenti i corpi di 12.500 persone. Il campo era …